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Wackerfield


Wackerfield is a hamlet in County Durham, which is located about 2 miles north-east of Staindrop and 2½ miles south-west of West Auckland. By the junction of the A688 with Esperley Lane, is a garage and the Sun Inn. The main nucleolus of the hamlet is located about ¼ of a mile south of these. Wackerfield dates back to the medieval period. There are several 18th and early 19th century buildings in the hamlet, including Wackerfield Hall and Old Wackerfield Hall. Historically, Wackerfield was a township, in the ancient parish of Staindrop. Today hamlet and it's surrounding area form the small Civil Parish of Wackerfield.

County Durham Wackerfield Civil Parish Conservation Areas Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wackerfield Civil Parish Map and Aerial View Old Milestone near Spinkford Bridge Old Milestone near the Sun Inn, Wackerfield The Old Hall, Wackerfield Wackerfield Township, 1848 Wakerfield Hall
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Cottages at Wakerfield

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Wakerfield Hall

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Entering Wakerfield

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The Sun Inn

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The Sun Garage

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Barn, Woodlea Nurseries

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Esperley Lane meeting the A688

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Post box on barn wall

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Historic Buildings and Monuments in Wackerfield Civil Parish
- Listed buildings and scheduled monuments in Wackerfield Civil Parish, County Durham, from the the National Heritage List for England[1]. Use the Search (below) if looking for a specific building / ...

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